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Poll: Do you sleep with blankets in the summer months?
  • 0% - Yeah 0
  • 0% - Nah 0
  • 0% - Why do you want to know? 0
0 votes

Well, how do you fare compared to the Zeitgeist? Chat up your fellow wooters and let us know how lame this poll was or what obvious choices we missed. For example: Was this poll a) STUPID, b) DUMB, c) POINTLESS or d) ALL OF THE ABOVE?

myimzadi


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Big, heavy, down filled ones!
I love the weight!

photobobk


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A fleece throw.

glynis37


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I can't sleep without covers. Summers were miserable until I got an Outlast®️ blanket.

Calgaltoal


quality posts: 8 Private Messages Calgaltoal

I have to have cover, I kick the top sheet away, so I just do not use one. I bought one of those down alternative covers. It is SOOOO, soft, I feel as if I am cocooning myself in a puffy cloud! I needed no other blanket, last winter.

ardubu


quality posts: 10 Private Messages ardubu

Most often, just a sheet.

Ah, the hell with it.

ni0h


quality posts: 0 Private Messages ni0h

even on 100-degree days the nights often drop into the upper 40s. Any night, I can find myself anywhere between clear out on top of all the covers, and tightly bundled.

73

PocketBrain


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Whyyyyyyyyyyyyy?

Seriously, it gets hot where I live, and my HVAC just isn't up to the task of compensating for 24/7 90F temperatures.

Thanks to up-to-the-minute tracking, I don't track my package so much as stalk it.

azcanadienne


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<- per the username...I'm Canadian...and I live in Arizona!

We're at 100+ degrees F (actually more like 110+ degrees F) at least eight months of the year

I can't sleep in that kind of nonsense - so my bedroom a/c (I'm lucky enough to have a unit dedicated to the master bedroom) is cranked to 60 degrees F at night. It's the only way I can sleep and yes, I use a light blanket

intrepid01


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[quote postid="7167605" user="azcanadienne"]<- per the username...I'm Canadian...and I live in Arizona!

We're at 100+ degrees F (actually more like 110+ degrees F) at least eight months of the year
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You are brave. Nice people in AZ but in the middle of summer it is literally 119 degrees F there, no? 108 degrees F in the shade literally. What if you had a regional blackout for 24 hours? Where would you go? What would you do?

That said, I'd love to have a 2 bedroom cottage near Vancouver but egads the $$$$$. Are there still any cities or suburbs nearby < 30 min by car - in BC that are not that crazy expensive? Thanks for insights.

sheilasu


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intrepid01 wrote:[quote postid="7167605" user="azcanadienne"]<- per the username...I'm Canadian...and I live in Arizona!

We're at 100+ degrees F (actually more like 110+ degrees F) at least eight months of the year
____________

You are brave. Nice people in AZ but in the middle of summer it is literally 119 degrees F there, no? 108 degrees F in the shade literally. What if you had a regional blackout for 24 hours? Where would you go? What would you do?

That said, I'd love to have a 2 bedroom cottage near Vancouver but egads the $$$$$. Are there still any cities or suburbs nearby < 30 min by car - in BC that are not that crazy expensive? Thanks for insights.



NO!

tonycharron


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pulled up to my waist the sheet is up to my shoulders..

zatochi


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Yes. I keep my AC on the freeze setting.

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